Orbus Dunedin Hub FAQ
     

The Central City Bus Hub on Great King Street off Moray Place is the heart of Dunedin’s bus network. The whole Dunedin network is connected by the hub, with all citybound services running through it, with the exception of the Ridge Runner.

 

The hub has ten city bus stops, one regional stop and amenities including shelters, bench seating, toilets, as well as electronic wayfinding signage and stops with audio buttons.

 

With almost all citybound bus services running through the Bus Hub, finding a connecting route and making transfers will be much easier. You’ll be able to step off one bus and get straight onto another. If you do this in quick succession you will benefit from the free within-zone transfer .

 

The Bus Hub has been positioned on Great King Street to take traffic of the busiest stretch of George Street, centralise bus routes and make transferring simple. For first-time users, including tourists, it will provide an easy point of reference and a simple way to catch buses or transfer between them.

The bus hub is on Great King Street between Moray Place and St Andrew Street.

In the past, we have distributed a booklet with detailed timetable information to all households. Most people are accessing this information online now. As a result, we won’t be distributing the booklet to mailboxes this time around – but we can post it to you on request.

You can order a booklet via 0800 ORBUSDN (0800 672 8736)

Or you can order a booklet online, via www.ORC.govt.nz/TimetableDN

You can also print the PDF maps and timetables for your specific route from the website.

Bus timetable information is available online here

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